Question about HP PSC 1410v All-in-One Printer
Its a problem of the encoder strip . either the encoder strip is loosened or damaged.the carriage sensor reads the plastic encoder strip while it moves.if the sensor is not able to detect the encoder ,such a problem arises.u can check the position of the encoder and take the necessary step accordingly.if the encodder is damaged replace it.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
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